DNC fight over superdelegates nears resolution
Politico ---------- Democratic National Committee officials on Wednesday moved forward with a proposal to reduce the influence of superdelegates in the party’s presidential nomination process, edging closer to resolving a long-simmering dispute between supporters of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The rule change, approved in concept by the DNC’s Rules and Bylaws Committee, would prohibit superdelegates from voting on the first presidential nominating ballot at a contested national convention. Only if a candidate had earned enough pledged delegates from state parties and caucuses to win the nomination would superdelegates be allowed to vote on the first ballot. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.